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I am sorry, but likely not. According to 11 U.S.C. §541(c)
, an interest of the debtor in property becomes "property of the estate," meaning that the debtor does not lose the property or contract
right, despite a provision in an agreement.
What this essentially means is that a clause that states "this shall survive bankruptcy" is not not valid
if a bankruptcy is filed, and shall not survive a bankruptcy.
Now, these clauses are often put in out of force of habit or with hope that the parties would believe that it would be valid, however, it is not, if a bankruptcy is filed.
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